Baze University Cut-Off Mark 2022/2023: All Courses – JAMB & Post UTME

Baze University Cut Off Marks for Admission 2022/2023 academic session has been released:Base University cut-off mark is based on merit and catchment area benefits.

Candidates who aspire to get admitted to the Base University must meet certain criteria in order to study the course of their choice. Among the list of criteria includes meeting the required cut-off mark for the school as well as the course or department itself.

Baze University post-UTME cut-off mark is 50%. That is, candidates who scored at least 50 over 100 are eligible for admission.

Once you have met the requirement for the cut-off mark, you can proceed to the rest admission requirements into the desired course.

Baze University is a private university in Abuja, Nigeria.

Baze University 2022/2023 UTME merit admission cut-off marks are as follows:

COURSESCUT OFF MARK
Faculty of Management Science
Banking and Finance180
Government and Public Administration180
Sociology and Anthropology180
Economics180
International Relations and Diplomacy180
Accounting180
Marketing180
Psychology180
Business Management180
Insurance and Actuarial Science180
Mass Communication180
Faculty of Law
Law180
Faculty of Computing & Applied Sciences
Biological Sciences180
Information Technology180
Computing for Business180
Financial Mathematics180
Information Systems Management180
Physics with Computing180
Microbiology180
Communication Technology180
Petroleum Chemistry180
Computer Science180
Biotechnology180
Software Engineering180
Faculty of Engineering
Telecommunication Engineering180
Civil Engineering180
Computer Engineering180
Mechanical Engineering180
Electrical/Electronics Engineering180
Petroleum and Gas Engineering180
Faculty of Environmental Sciences
Architecture180
Building180
Estate Management180
Quantity Surveying180
Surveying & Geoinformatics180
Urban and Regional Planning180
Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences
Public Health180
Medical Laboratory Science180
Human Anatomy180
Radiography and Radiation Science180

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